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The Evolution of a Female Genital Trait Widely Distributed in the Lepidoptera: Comparative Evidence for an Effect of Sexual Coevolution

By Víctor Sánchez, Blanca Estela Hernández-Baños and Carlos Cordero
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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